While some markets in Latin America can be overwhelming thanks to their smells and craziness, we found Cuzco’s San Pedro Market to be wonderfully organized and clean!
This week’s Polaroid encapsulates the short, sad story of Jess breaking her ankle in Cusco, Peru.
Valletta is not only Malta’s smallest, but also most charming capital – at least in my opinion. Check out my favorite photos of beautiful Valletta!
When I told Jess, “I want to walk the length of Broadway,” she looked at me like I was crazy. But on a sunny June day with our friend Jaime, we set out to walk the whole of New York’s Broadway Avenue – possibly the best way to take in the city!
Dani’s latest photo essay of the mighty saguaros in southern Arizona…
Floating basketball courts, hospitals, and supermarkets…The floating villages on Cambodia’s Lake Tonle Sap might have the comforts of home, but they are unlike any place we’ve ever lived….
We have to admit that Salta left us unimpressed, even though the colonial town in northern Argentina seems to have it all and tourists love it. So what was missing?
Elephants play an important role in Hindu processions, and in Hampi we got to meet one of the rare temple elephants – Lakshmi, who has been blessing pilgrims for over 25 years.
Originally an antiques fair, the Sunday market in Buenos Aires’ San Telmo neighborhood has grown to become one of the city’s main tourist attractions!
This week’s Polaroid features the Cruz del Sur building in Santiago de Chile, an impressive building and optical illusion!